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    ....that was shot as though the camera was the eyes of the lead actor.
    You never actually saw his face or even body.
    Definitely an American film and I am sure in b&w too...
    Was only a kid when I saw it but think the main character may have been
    a detective.

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    Lady in the Lake (1947) with Rober Montgomery as Philip Marlowe

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    Many thanks once again. What a resource you guys are!

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    The Humphrey Bogart movie Dark Passage also has an extended section shot entirely from Bogies POV.

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